What to Know Before Visiting
Where is the church?
5894 South Datura St., Littleton, Colorado, 80120
Where do I park?
On Sunday mornings, most people park in the church parking lot which is just north and east of the main church campus. There are visitor parking spaces adjacent to the sanctuary entrance on the north side of the church. There is also a great deal of curbside parking on the three streets that border the church.
What kind of worship service should I expect?
Our services follow a traditional format but use this format to explore individual and communal spirituality through a variety of music genres, the singing of hymns and songs of praise, communal liturgy and prayers, a sermon, and an informative video from time to time.
Do I have to be a member of Littleton UMC to take Communion?
Everyone is welcome at the communion table, whether members of Littleton UMC or not, kids or adults.
What should I wear to church?
Whatever clothes make you comfortable. You will see men in suits and ties as well as casual sports shirts. You will see women in dresses as well as in suits and pants, and you will see youth in shorts and flip flops.
How long are services?
The 8:30 and 11:00 services usually last about 1 hour.
Where do my kids go during the service?
Our children’s ministry provides a safe, fun experience for infants, toddlers, preschoolers, and elementary ages through fifth grade. This allows you to get the most from your experience at Littleton UMC while your child has a great time in a safe, friendly kid-centered environment! You can find more about our nursery here.
If you have a teenager, they are invited to attend the service with you. Many of our youth often sit together and would welcome having your teenager join them. There are also student ministries during the week specifically for them on Sunday and Wednesday nights. Learn more about our youth group here.
When do I need to arrive?
We suggest that you plan to arrive 10 minutes prior to the start of worship. This will allow you time to prepare your spirit to worship, aided by the musical prelude.